Thriving in Ambiguity: Lessons from Exploratory Organizations Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Some organizations - including Google, Pixar, and the Cirque de Soleil - seem to thrive in ambiguity. The authors, a senior consultant at design firm strategy Associates Jump, have a name for them: search organizations. They describe the five main characteristics of search organizations, including the compassion and hybridity, "and argue that infusing their teams with some of the best practices of these organizations, leaders in every industry can dramatically increase their success in addressing the most pressing problems." Hide
by Lauren Pollack, Katherine Wakid Source: Rotman School of Management, 5 pages. Publication Date: September 1, 2010. Prod. #: ROT122-PDF-ENG

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